Titus Andronicus.

Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 [Browse]
  • New York : Dover Publications, 2015.
  • ©2015.
1 online resource (213 pages)


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This tragedy of a Roman military and political leader is in keeping with the violent revenge dramas fashionable in Shakespeare's day, encompassing horrifying incidents of rape, murder, and mutilation.
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  • Cover
  • Title Page
  • Copyright Page
  • Note
  • Contents
  • Act I
  • Scene I. Rome. Before the Capitol-The Tomb of the Andronici Appearing
  • Act II
  • Scene I. Rome. Before the Palace
  • Scene II. A Forest near Rome. Horns and Cry of Hounds Heard
  • Scene III. A Lonely Part of the Forest
  • Scene IV. Another Part of the Forest
  • Act III
  • Scene I. Rome. A Street
  • Scene II. A Room in Titus's House. A Banquet Set Out
  • Act IV
  • Scene I. Rome. Titus's Garden
  • Scene II. The Same. A Room in the Palace
  • Scene III. The Same A Public Place
  • Scene IV. The Same. Before the Palace
  • Act V
  • Scene I. Plains near Rome
  • Scene II. Rome. Before Titus's House
  • Scene III. Court of Titus's House. A Banquet Set Out.
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